Who wants to live in front of a screen?

Read more ...Only a few years ago we were discussing the issue of the computer illiterate teacher. I lived this time intensively and remember it very vividly, first from...

A Fresh New year-a Better Me

Read more ...In teaching practice there is perpetually room for development. Some of the most heatedly discussed qualities of a good teacher are: Competence and expertise: Teachers need to be profoundly knowledgeable. Dearth or compromise of mastery in the content is not only reflected upon, but also perpetuated by the learners. Language teaching has scientific...

Flipped learning for a world turned upside down

Read more ...The global coronavirus pandemic has forced educators to become more flexible, not only in the context of public schools but also in ESL academies. This new era has paved the way for a new trend in educational practice - the flipped classroom.   Having been successfully embraced by American and European institutes, flipped learning was recognized...

Leadership: Nature or Nurture?

Read more ...By Emmanuel Kontovas “A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.” This definition of who a leader is, belongs to Lao Tzu and captures the essence of leadership even according to modern studies and analyses of leaders. A lot of people believe that leaders are born; that...

Coronavirus and distance learning: Challenges and benefits

Read more ...  By now, everyone living on planet Earth must have heard of coronavirus pandemic – that’s a wild guess. But, to say the least, many people know and have been affected by the coronavirus. Ranging from the health sector to business and beyond, everyone is feeling the heat. Unfortunately, students are not left out. In fact, in the past weeks...

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